How to do Watercolour Washes with Oliver Pyle
Oliver Pyle, a renowned landscape artist, explains different techniques on how to create different types of watercolour washes. Watercolour wash is a term for how to apply the paint to the paper.
Daler-Rowney Aquafine Watercolour paints offer free-flowing, vibrant and transparent watercolours, ideal for students and professional painters alike. The Aquafine Watercolours have excellent working properties and can be used to create beautiful and delicate washes.VIEW
Aquafine Watercolour Brushes
Daler-Rowney Aquafine Brushes is a comprehensive range of soft synthetic and natural hair brushes, ideal for watercolourists. Available in short handled options, Aquafine brushes offer excellent performance in the hands of students and professionals alike.VIEW
Aquafine Watercolour Paper
Daler-Rowney Aquafine Watercolour Paper is made of 100% virgin wood pulp. This paper is acid-free and calcium carbonate buffered to prevent the deterioration of colour over time. Aquafine Watercolour Paper is ideal for students.VIEW
Aquafine Watercolour Mediums
Daler-Rowney Aquafine Watercolour Mediums are used to change the rate of drying, increase gloss, improve flow or provide texture. They provide watercolourists with limitless opportunities to add special effects and add variations to their watercolour paintings.VIEW
About the artist
Oliver Pyle is an established and successful landscape artist working exclusively in watercolour. Based in Sussex, his work is to be found in collections across the country and internationally.